Keller Williams The Trembley group does all it can to help make your move to the beach as stress-free as possible. We will keep you informed throughout the buying or selling process as our transaction team delivers on its 6-star customer service promise. While we do our best to keep your move stress-free, we know that this is very stressful and chaotic time. Our agents at Keller Williams the Trembley Group have a simple tip for you to help relieve stress and stay calm during your move, practice Yoga. Our agents practice Yoga to relieve stress and renew their minds after a long day at the office. The great thing about living on the Grand Strand is we have over 60 miles of beautiful beaches, so there are plenty of places to practice Yoga just feet from the water.
There are almost as many great reasons to do yoga as there are yoga poses. Many studies show what many yogis already know; yoga increases strength and flexibility while decreasing stress and also gives you incredible mind-body awareness. Additionally, yoga has been found to improve our respiration, heart health, and sleep quality. Yoga is a practice that offers something for every-BODY, regardless of their age. You can adapt it to your own body. There is a basic outline and alignment for each posture, but it is also about listening to your own body and moving from within. Yoga is a low impact workout that lubricates the joints and massages the muscles. You can practice yoga for your entire life and use it as an aid for staying young and agile. The best part is, yoga is portable! It can be done anywhere, anytime. All you need is your body and breath to practice yoga.
Yoga is not only fun, it’s empowering. The more you learn to rely on your own self and discover the power of your breath and potential, the stronger and more confident you feel. Yoga helps you tune in to your own instincts and lead from your heart and gut. You will learn to listen to your inner voice and trust yourself. Yoga is all about being powerful from within, compassionate and kind to all living things and most importantly, to be loving and accepting of yourself.
When you start a yoga practice, it is about stretching your own limitations. You will find that the breath helps you go deeper into each posture and you open up more with each practice. It is a process and it takes time, but you will see progress the more you practice. With times of change and uncertainty yoga is a valuable tool to have to rely on and keep you grounded. It gives you the capability to breathe through situations where perhaps you are feeling really overwhelmed or out of control.
With over 100 different forms of yoga, you are sure to find a practice that will be best for you. Yoga is a great activity if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease or are pregnant. Yoga helps you stay flexible and strong without putting added stress on your joints, so if you suffer from arthritis or have had a recent surgery, yoga is for you too. Yoga isn’t an activity that’s reserved for men or women who look a certain way or drink only coconut water, or who wear perfectly coordinated yoga outfits. Yoga is for EVERY body. Literally. Your body is perfect, just as it is. You deserve to show it some love through movement with activities like yoga, regardless of your size. You can always lighten it up by doing it with a friend or loved one, even your kids! Learning to move your body with your breath is an invaluable lesson. So, anytime you want to recharge and recover, clear your mind, get lean, flexible and strong, improve your balance, or get back in touch with yourself, all you have to do is hit your mat, stretch and breathe! What time is better than now?